Cyber security – designing out negligence | Amplify
A general lack of awareness surrounding data security and privacy is an ongoing issue.
According to the 2020 State of Privacy and Security Awareness Report, only 27% of employees could identify at least two warning signs that malware has infected their computing platform.
“Often employees are unsure about who is responsible for cyber security. The best way to overcome this is to put the responsibility onto the individual. Ultimately cyber is a shared commitment, it’s everyone’s responsibility to be knowledgeable, proactive and vigilant”
Richard Stathers, Operations Director, Thinc
Cybercriminals will target vulnerabilities left by employees.
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Amplify 01, 2022
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